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RE: (TFT) hollow Cidri

....Or make the gates even funkier a la 'Wood between the worlds'
Narnia-magician's nephew style...

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From: tft-owner@brainiac.com [mailto:tft-owner@brainiac.com]On Behalf Of
David Michael Grouchy II
Sent: Monday, 6 February 2006 6:31 AM
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Subject: Re: (TFT) hollow Cidri

>From: "Dan Tulloh" <dwtulloh61@cox.net>
>not to be contrary, but ....

    Yes!   Absolutely right.  I too prefer a different model of Cidri.  I
view it as "Three Hundred and Seventy one" alternate worlds (ITL pg 4)
inter-connected by gates.  This has always been my outlook on it.

-- 27 Feb 2001

   And here is another paragraph from December 2000 ...

     "Let talk about us Mnoren. May I talk about Cidri, maybe even venturing
on how it could have been made? How big can a gate be. Is there a limit. For
the sake of argument let us say there is no limit on the size of a Mnoren
gate. Six gates can enclose a hex. The rule could be set so that in the
middle of a labyrinth a single hex of lush green sunlit pasture could be
found, and in the middle of a pasture a single dark hex of labyrinth floor.
Now expand this to Mnoren gates that are one hundred miles long. One could
start linking worlds together. Cidri could have been made in much the same

-- 31 Dec 2000

>Your physics/math is a little off as well.

   Yes, again!  That is precisely why my first post on this subject showed
that the surface of an earth just 2x as large would have 1/40th gravity.
This is also precisely the problem Newton invented Calculus to prove.  That
the center of the planet is accurate for computing the force of gravity.
But this does, as you say, go out the window when computing gravity from
inside the sphere.

   With the introduction of this new concept "gravity corona" though, the
math for a hollow earth does work.  I should probably just up load the
program so you could "see" for yourself.  The problem is that it's a
development piece of software I use to test gravity, build planets, and
format solar systems.  It's not really presentation software and doesn't
look like much without some tweaking.  It would probably take a week just to
hard code it to do a demo, and even then it would be 8 megs, and run on
different speeds on different computers.  On one it would move so fast one
couldn't "see" anything, and on others it would move so slow it would seem
nothing is happening at all.
     In addition it was written so that I could test different creation
myths using Newton's gravity.  A flat earth with the sun rotating around it.
  And other such improbables.  The "gravity Corona" is something I just
uncovered in the process of trying to make a planet give birth to another
planet.  The results were unexpected, but it does create a situation where
the hollow earth works perfectly well.  It comes down to the fact that with
a "gravity corona" both persons inside and outside are equal distance from
the center of the planetary skin.
     Unlike a solid planet, where as you go deeper, and just as much mass
starts to pull you back as down, so the effect of gravity is _not_
increased; in the corona gravity as one nears the center of the artificially
created gravity sphere the effects do increase.  Of course all this is
Dependant on some source of anti-grav at the center in the first place.  But
given that fantastic premise my simulations show me that it will work.

David Michael Grouchy II
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